Puja Special Skincare Tips: Puja is only a few days away. Take care of your skin from now on if you want to get the executioner’s skin in Pooja. Follow some rules for this. Just decorating the skin with makeup doesn’t make the skin glow. The body should be naturally glowing and radiant from within. No need to invest in any beauty products. Instead focus on your diet…
First of all include green vegetables in your diet for beautiful skin. Because now it’s not just aging and sun exposure that make our skin lose its zila. Rather, the skin loses its elasticity due to pollution, chemicals and junk food. So make it a rule that you must eat one green vegetable in every three meals of the day.
Chocolate doesn’t just cause fat and weight gain. If you eat dark chocolate in the right way and in the right amount, it also works to control blood sugar levels in our body and beautify the skin. Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants, so it prevents sun damage and aging effects on the skin.
Citrus fruits like Mosambi, Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit, Kiwi, Alu Bukhara, Amla and Berries work to give our skin a flawless glow. If you want naturally blemish-free and glowing skin, then definitely eat one of these fruits every day.
Omega-3 fatty acids
Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin-D and protein are three very important things, which are necessary to keep the skin beautiful. But remember these three things are necessary to keep the skin beautiful. Because it takes just as much effort to get beautiful skin, it takes just as much effort to maintain that beauty.
Omega-3 fatty acid capsules
Non-vegetarians can take omega-3 fatty acid capsules. Vitamin-D tablets can be consumed if there is no time to sit in the sun. Including pulses in the diet will fulfill the protein requirement.
Dry fruits especially walnuts and almonds work to beautify our skin. Walnuts are rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. At the same time, almonds are a good source of vitamin-E. Include them in your daily diet for glowing skin.